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in may or june of 2011 if we did not have the bailout. we would not have any money to pay foci healthcare, for a lot of the government functions that we have. and i think that we would be in a much, much worse shape. >> but some portuguese are still to be convinced that the pain they are enduring because of austerity will secure a better future. unitedntists in the states has made a breakthrough in cloning human skin cells. as could lead to better treatment of many diseases, -- this could lead to better treatment of many diseases, including parkinson's and heart problems, but it also raises ethical questions. >> the technique is not new. the results are. microscopic genetic material was taken from an adult cell, then inserted into an egg whose own dna had been stripped out. at stemates human prion cells which are capable of becoming any of the more than -- ,uman embryonic stem cells which are capable of becoming any of the more than 200 types of cells. they could help cure heart disease or even parkinson's. >> most patients don't have the ability to regenerate this tissue if it has been d
. >> mudbro. >> workers voted to go on strike after the concession management company proposed healthcare changes and a 3-year wage freeze. no word on when the strike may begin and exactly what effect it will have. but the concession workers there were members of the unite here local member 2. it could happen in the next couple of days. >> i know people who listen to this show in the san francisco area will know what i am talking about. we went to a giants' baseball game when we were out there. the walk to the park is just -- people are getting stoned the whole way there. >> i will tell you all right. friday friday, an insane day. >> yeah. >> it started out with abc's report on the benghazi changes to the talking points edits to the talking points 12 different times. as we sort of go on through the day, we get this apology from the irs. they admit they were targeting tea party patriots groups that have that phrase in their title. so the press briefing was supposed to start at 12:45. ended up going on at? >> 3:45. >> ish. a little bit. did you show up at 12:4
to an irs building not long ago? when you consider their behavior during the health-care debate, of course they need extra scrutiny. that is my opinion. host: this is from dan -- host: again, here is the front page of "usa today." republicans are demanding that the president apologize himself. jerry, hillside, republican. caller: hello. good morning. ,he thing about this whole case what group is that looking into this? i forget. somebody is looking at it. this is decided in 2010. this is not a subject that just started. they came to fruition. and then they were doing this to the teeth party and every other group that has anything on the right. they did not do this to anyone on the left. no liberals, nothing. just everyone in the two-party. they were talking about this on that show. bob burns talked about this on the other channel. there is some big stuff coming out of this. that is all i have to say. thank you. host: jerry, you mentioned 2010. we will look at this time line more in depth from "to the washington post." back in 2011 they raised concerns over special scrutiny. decisions switc
illegal himwoer he provided insurance, healthcare, and people working for him for 30 years, and he could not win a contract and he is about to go out of business. i can say to you you can have too much workers and it could adversely impact wages. a professor at harvard, and acknowledged expert on this, as demonstrated just how much wages are pulled down, in some instances as much as $1600 a year, and that is a substantial difference for a working american making $20,000. that is more than $100 a month. ouress i am saying what is growth prospect? i mentioned the cbo numbers. blue chip consensus -- most of us have heard of blue chip -- is an average of 55 private economic forecasters who are predicting gdp growth below 3% in the future and only 2.5% between the out years, 2020 and 2024. academic economists are predicting that. the day before yesterday, "the wall street journal" published their survey of 52 economists that predict steady but slow economic growth which means slow job creation. "the wall street journal" says "i just for population growth and it will take nine more years to re
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